BEIJING – A traveler in China was quick to the draw to avoid having to pay an excess weigh-in fee when his luggage weighted heavier than the allowed limit at the Guangzhou airport in China.
NDJ World | Published: Dec 19 2012 Unusual
Quickly the man opened his luggage, pulled out 61 T-shirts and nine jeans and put them all on.
One eyewitness described the man “looked like a sumo wrestler”.
Did it work?
Yes and no! The man managed to not have to pay the excess weigh-in fee but when he tried going through the body scanners, the system when nuts and flagged he was ‘carrying a concealed item’ of sorts.
The man was pulled to the side and body searched. Because the layer of clothes were too thick, he was taken to a room and had to ‘strip down’.
That’s when airport security found the traveler also had batteries and USB sticks in pockets of some of his jeans.
The unidentified man was on route from China to Kenya but it’s unclear if he made it to his destination on time.
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